PACIFIC AERIAL TRAM

"Pacific Aerial Tram" is the best way to experience the primary and secondary forest without walking. The forest is home to a huge amount of Flora and Fauna that you will be able to see up in the tree tops by taking a ride in an open-air gondola with a naturalist tour guide.

DURATION 5 to 6 hours
WHAT TO BRING Sun screen, walking shoes - light clothes
HIGHLIGHTS Crocodiles, Monkeys, View Point, Rainforest, Shopping Area.

We also take you around the monkeys' habitat to interact with them. Stopping in Tarcoles River to see huge crocodiles from the bridge and going all the way up to reach a fantastic view point to see the magical "Gulf of Nicoya". Finally, you have shopping time in a huge art and craft shop.

*Lunch is Negotiable.

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OUR TOURS

Costa Rica is a wonderful destination for active travelers offering a wide range of opportunities for specific sports and adventure in a small area. Whatever your taste in recreation, Costa Rica has something for you.

National Parks of Costa Rica are a smorgasbord of outdoor activities both for those who like adrenaline and who prefer the quieter admire nature.

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MONKEYS AND CROCODILES

Have fun with these interesting animals.

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ZIP LINE TOUR

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PUNTARENAS HIGHLIGHTS

A taste of the Central Pacific Region.

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FIVE CITIES TOUR

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  • Great prices, great guides

    If we had been in Costa Rica longer we definitely would have booked another tour through Tiquicia Tours.

    Katie M, Lakewood, Colorado

    Nov 9th, 2018

  • Better than expected

    Awesome experience! We did the ATV tour and the Hornilla Volcano tour. Greivin is patient and kind. I’ll be definitely going again.

    bestyearever2018

    October 23rd, 2018

  • These guys rock!

    I’ve used Tiquicia Tours twice now. We plan another trip for fall 2019 and plan to use them again.

    timothydmeyer71

    October 17th, 2018